First Nations arts leaders find hope in election result
The new Labor government's opening statements offer hopeful signs for two First Nations arts leaders.
Sector celebrates Labor win
Peak bodies welcome the new Labor government and the many Greens and Independents who were also elected on Saturday.
What Labor promised the arts
With Labor forming government, we revisit what Tony Burke promised for the arts and ask the sector to keep him…
Let’s make this election personal
With just a few days left until election day, Esther Anatolitis argues that it’s time to make our advocacy personal.
Labor promises new cultural policy ahead of election
Instead of announcing an arts policy prior to Saturday’s election, the ALP has pledged to develop a national cultural policy…
Opinion: Why the arts matter to the Greens
Artists-in-residence in schools, a minimum performance fee, and accessible arts education for all are among the Greens' arts policies.
How a festival responded to election fever (sausage sizzle included)
Sydney Writers' Festival nimbly navigates election coverage, explains Artistic Director Michael Williams.
Music industry call to arms in election lead-up
16 music industry bodies released a three-point plan hoping to lobby politicians and advance Australia's creative potential.
Your vote for who controls arts boards
Arts boards are being stacked with political appointments just when they need vision and diversity, argues George Dunford.
Artists to political candidates: ‘Inspire us’
Speaking at the recent Federal Arts and Culture Policy Forum, Esther Anatolitis called on our politicians to offer policies that…